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  • Athanasiadis Evagelos 1:39 am on November 16, 2014 Permalink | | Resolved

      dyrerel GTE
      Tags: , installation   

      Hello, I am the validator of Greek language
      How can I add Greek language in installation languages?

      • dyrer 2:11 pm on November 17, 2014 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Petya or someone can give me a response

        • Petya 3:29 pm on November 17, 2014 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          Hello @dyrer,

          If Greek was not at 100% for the release of 4.0 (https://make.wordpress.org/polyglots/2014/09/04/instructions-for-4-0-which-will-be-released-in/), there’s a chance a package for it was never built.

          The admin projects for the locale need to be at 100% (The Network Admin for el is currently at 62%). It’s highly recommended that Akismet is also at 100%.

          Please let me know when this is done so I can find someone to build a language pack and include it into the installer.


          • dyrer 5:53 pm on November 17, 2014 Permalink | Log in to Reply

            I didnt know that, sorry
            thank you, I’ll let you know when is ready
            ps. Polyglots chats are to early for Greece (UTC+2) 🙁

            • Petya 9:29 pm on November 17, 2014 Permalink | Log in to Reply


              Sorry that the time of the EU chat doesn’t fit your schedule, but if you have any questions of want to discuss a topic, always feel free to post a comment and start a discussion below the notes from the chat from the week.

              Cheers! 🙂

    • Xavier Borderie 9:34 pm on July 25, 2013 Permalink | | Flag unresolved

        xibefr_FR GTEfr_FR editor
        Tags: , installation   

        3.6 won’t install when translated 


        We built WP36-RC2-fr_FR for community testing purpose using fr.wp.org, and it turns out it won’t get us to step 2 of the installation process. Blank screen.

        It won’t work whether the strings come from our SVN repository (as usual) or from translate.wp.org (same strings, freshly imported).
        Won’t even if we temporarily remove translation files.

        It will install in fr_FR if we create wp-config.php with the proper install information (jumps to “Site name etc.” section of installer.

        Anyone else having this experience.

        • Mattias Tengblad 10:23 pm on July 25, 2013 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          Just checked sv_SE, our RC2 package works fine. Fresh install, full browser install.

        • FxB 6:05 am on July 26, 2013 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          Can i get the WP36-fr_FR package to give it a try?

        • Xavier Borderie 8:49 am on July 26, 2013 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          Thank you Mattias.

          This is weird. I thought it was an issue with our translated wp-config-sample.php file, but it hasn’t changed since 2010.
          If I remove the language files from the fr_FR package, it doesn’t install either (blank page at setup-config.php?step=2).
          If I make a mistake in my database setting, it does display that the installer cannot connect, in French.

          If you have ideas I could test, please let me know!

          Here are the error messages we get:

          Notice: Use of undefined constant WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY - assumed 'WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY' in /home/sandbox/public_html/beta/wp-includes/wp-db.php on line 539

          Call Stack:
          0.0007 444372 1. {main}() /home/sandbox/public_html/beta/wp-admin/setup-config.php:0
          0.1467 6642432 2. require_wp_db() /home/sandbox/public_html/beta/wp-admin/setup-config.php:193
          0.1468 6680024 3. wpdb->__construct() /home/sandbox/public_html/beta/wp-includes/load.php:330

          Fatal error: Call to undefined function wp_kses_bad_protocol() in /home/sandbox/public_html/beta/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 2635

          Call Stack:
          0.0007 444372 1. {main}() /home/sandbox/public_html/beta/wp-admin/setup-config.php:0
          0.1475 6939152 2. wp_remote_get() /home/sandbox/public_html/beta/wp-admin/setup-config.php:210
          0.1475 6939580 3. WP_Http->get() /home/sandbox/public_html/beta/wp-includes/http.php:95
          0.1476 6940180 4. WP_Http->request() /home/sandbox/public_html/beta/wp-includes/class-http.php:303
          0.1476 6944672 5. wp_http_validate_url() /home/sandbox/public_html/beta/wp-includes/class-http.php:123
          0.1476 6945148 6. esc_url_raw() /home/sandbox/public_html/beta/wp-includes/http.php:342
          0.1476 6945220 7. esc_url() /home/sandbox/public_html/beta/wp-includes/formatting.php:2653

        • Xavier Borderie 8:50 am on July 26, 2013 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          if anyone feels like testing it: https://fr.wordpress.org/builds/fr_FR/branches/3.6/wordpress-3.6-RC2-fr_FR.zip

          Thank you for your help!

          • Sergey Biryukov 1:09 am on July 27, 2013 Permalink | Log in to Reply

            Your version.php file says ‘3.6-beta3-24485’.

            Looks like you used revision 24494 (3.6-beta3) to build the package instead of 24794 (3.6-RC2). This particular issue (a fatal error due to undefined function) was fixed in [24497].

            • Xavier Borderie 1:23 pm on July 28, 2013 Permalink | Log in to Reply

              You’re right, thanks! It now installs perfectly.

              It’s weird: while the packaging tool does indicate “3.6-RC2-24803” as the version number when I choose to generate the package from trunk, it also choose to remain on revision [24499] — which I hadn’t paid attention to.

      • tonewilliams 1:49 am on December 8, 2012 Permalink | | Resolved

          Tags: installation, ,   

          I downloaded wordpress-3.4.1-vi.zip directly from vi.wordpress.org and it produced an error once decompressed. It was looking for wp-includes/classes.php, which doesn’t exist. Minutes later, I downloaded the English version and installed it without error. I then created a blank wp-config.php file. It returned a similar error, but this time it it stated there was an undefined call to function wp() in wp-blog-header.php. I thought maybe there were permission issues but I’m not sure.

          Nonetheless, the Vietnamese version of WordPress 3.4.1. is buggy and does not install like the original English version. Can someone look into this?

          • martian36 2:22 am on December 8, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

            I downloaded and installed it in my wamp server and it works fine.

          • quocnt 4:15 pm on December 9, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

            You can download the English version and copy the language files over. It’s buggy for me, too.

            • tonewilliams 3:16 am on December 11, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

              Thanks, so it’s not just me then! So when you say copy the language files over, do you mean:
              1.) Open the Vietnamese zip download and locate the appropriate Vietnamese language file(s) in some language folder
              2.) Open the standard (English) WordPress zip file and insert those language files into the respective language folder.
              3.) Install the standard/English version of WordPress normally?

              If so:
              a.) Where is the language folder located?
              b.) Which files do I need to copy over?
              c.) Will WordPress install using the Vietnamese language pack initially or are there additional steps following?

              • quocnt 5:00 am on December 11, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

                Changing the language (i.e. copying the file over) will not do anything to the installation. It’s only a cosmetic change. So you can install wordpress first then copy the files over or vice versa. The change is instantaneous, and hassle-free.
                The files are located at wp-contents/languages folder. Just copy everything.
                Then open the wp-config.php file, search for define('WPLANG', ''); and change it into define('WPLANG', 'vi');
                That’s it.

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